“I always say I’m sort of the boring structure guy and she’s the one who has all the fun stuff,” Falcone said.
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Melissa McCarthy hasn't had a movie in theaters since "Ghostbusters" two years ago, but it's not like she's been taking a break.Both "Life of the Party" (May 11) and "The Happytime Murders" (Aug. 17) are produced by McCarthy and Falcone's company, On the Day. Formed just over five years ago, they've made Falcone-directed movies starring McCarthy, and the television series "Nobodies". McCarthy and Falcone keep their shop small.McCarthy loves having the ability to pick and choose and craft roles that she finds interesting.This summer, Falcone and McCarthy will start shooting "Super-Intelligence," an "end-of-days love story," and they have a musical in the near future.
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